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Poster: oldbones Date: Apr 6, 2013 4:15pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Questions for Video-Cellar (and maybe others): Requests for help with finding info on 3 early Australian TV series

Emperor;Can't help you with the Australian stuff, but did do some poking around regarding the George Burns Show. Directly below are registrations for several of the shows episodes with the USCO. Only really concerned with show 9, La Vie en Rose. You can see the date of registration is the same as when you say it aired. But if you go here http://www.tv.com/shows/the-george-burns-show/episodes/
you will note that episode 9 is "A Wife for Christmas" and it aired 12/16. Episode 10 is listed as "George Invests in a Record Company" with an air date of 12/30. There is no episode in the list titled "La Vie en Rose". You will also notice that there was no show aired on 12/23. There may be other episode lists out there, I don't have the time to pursue it. In addition I could find no renewal for "La Vie en Rose". My guess is PD. You might look around to see if it appears on any dvd offers and by whom.




GEORGE BURNS SHOW. Banda Productions.
29 min. each, sd., b&w, 16 mm.
© Banda Productions.
1. George and the private eye.
© 210ct58; LPI275O.
2. Jack Benny comes over.
© 280ct58; LPI2751.
3. The French revue. © IIN0V58;
LPI2752.
4. A walk-on for George.
© 18Nov58; LPI2832.
5. The eighteen year old novelist.
© 25N0V58; LPI2831.
6. Tony Martin visits. © 2Dec58;
LPI2830.
8. George's eviction. © 9Dec58;
MP9'^69.
9. La vie en rose. © 23Dec58;
MP9'^68.
11. George signs Carol Channlng.
© 6jan59 (In notice: I958);
MP9471.
12. The landlord's daughter.
© 10Mar59; MP9474.
16. George on Jxike box Jury.
© 20Jan59 (in notice: 1958);
MP9^70.
17. Ronnie takes an apartment.
© 24Feb59; MP9't76.
18, Jimmie Rodgers moves in with
Ronnie, © 3Mar59; MP9475.

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Poster: HappySwordsman Date: Apr 7, 2013 4:22am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Questions for Video-Cellar (and maybe others): Requests for help with finding info on 3 early Australian TV series

Thank you for the help!

I did a Wikipedia page for "Mary O'Hara" based on what I know, but since my sources were limited it is possible there are major mistakes on the page:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_O%27Hara_(TV_series).

I am worred that the entire page is a screw-up.

EDIT: Just made a page for "Take That" based on what little I know:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Take_That_(TV_series)

I assume this page is a screw-up as well.

This post was modified by The_Emperor_Of_Television on 2013-04-07 10:06:16

This post was modified by The_Emperor_Of_Television on 2013-04-07 11:22:41